Sun.Oct 25, 2020

System Update: Law Firms Must Move from Analog to Digital Processes

NCBA Law Practice Management Blog

As the pandemic grinds on, law firms continue to see fewer opportunities to meet clients and referral sources in person. With no clear end in sight, law firms should be prepared to hunker down for the long-term.

Collection agencies can help with some of your biggest concerns

American Profit

The amount of concerns and issues a business owner, entrepreneur or anyone in senior leadership has on their minds on any given day can be countless to say the least.

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How an Old Checking Account Can Come Back to Haunt You

Credit Corp

Old checking accounts can become troublesome if you’re not paying attention to them. Whether they’re overdrawn before you move on to another account or become overdrawn because you’re not monitoring them regularly, they can leave you on the hook for debt.

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The Best Laid Plans: How a Proposed Sale of NYC Real Estate Under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code Went Awry

PBWT

There are several ways in which property owners can advantageously use the Bankruptcy Code to effectuate strategic dispositions of assets. But the bankruptcy process can be fraught with uncertainty that can upend the best laid plans. The matter of In re Wansdown Properties Corp. N.V. ,

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Settles with Ninth Mortgage Company to Address Deceptive Loan Advertisements Sent to Servicemembers and Veterans

Consumer Finance

On October 26, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a consent order against Low VA Rates LLC, which sent consumers mailers for mortgage loans guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that contained false, misleading, and inaccurate statements. Press release Mortgages Enforcement

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